Lukas Wilaschek

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Lukas Wilaschek
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Born April 30, 1981

Lukas Wilaschek (born April 30, 1981 in Katowice, Upper Silesia, Poland ) is a German boxer who won several medals at major events as an amateur. He is now a professional boxer and an undefeated fringe contender.

Amateur[edit]

2002 he lost the Euro junior middleweight final to Russian Andrey Mishin, in 2004 he competed at middleweight and lost again to a Russian in Gaydarbek Gaydarbekov.

At the 2004 Olympics he lost early to Oleg Mashkin.

Pro[edit]

The lanky counterpuncher turned pro in 2004 and won 20 bouts against nondescript opposition displaying only moderate power.

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